Groag “Pattern Play” exhibition extended at Palm Springs Art Museum

Jacqueline Groag, Woolen Dress, c. 1967. Courtesy of Jill A. Wiltse and H. Kirk Brown III.

Extended through December 4, 2022!

Curator Darrin Alfred writes, “Jacqueline Groag (British, born Prague, 1903–1986) was one of the most influential and versatile pattern designers of the post-war era. Whether abstract or representational, her avant-garde and naively charming patterns for textiles, dress fabrics, wallpaper, and laminates helped define the popular contemporary style and exerted a far-reaching influence on British design.”

On Saturday, November 19 there will be a virtual mini-symposium in conjunction with the exhibition “Pattern Play: The Life and Work of Jacqueline Groag” hosted by the Palm Springs Art Museum featuring DoppelHouse author Ursula Prokop and other experts on Jacqueline Groag, moderated by publisher Carrie Paterson. 

Read more about Jacques and Jacqueline Groag.